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Poster: Luca Ciccarelli Date: Dec 29, 2002 10:49am
Forum: web Subject: statistics

Hello everybody!

I'm a graduating student in engineering and I'm working around a project about preservation of informations contained in one web site.

I'm searching for average refreshing rate of web pages in Internet to determine the dimensions (in TBytes or %/internet_dimension) of all documents that go lost every year because replaced with updated versions.

Thanks a lot for answers!

By bye,

Luca.

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Poster: brewster Date: Dec 30, 2002 2:12am
Forum: web Subject: Re: statistics

The last stat I saw about this was from a researcher at Alexa Internet based on the crawls in the archive. for pages that dont change more than once a day (sometimes continously), the avg lifetime of a page is 100 days. this is before the webpage changes or disappears.

-brewster

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Poster: Luca Ciccarelli Date: Dec 30, 2002 3:19am
Forum: web Subject: Re: statistics

Thanks a lot for info!
Sincerly,
Luca.